Tom Zillich

Surrey Art Gallery reopens with ‘Where We Have Been’ and more to mark 45th anniversary

In Whalley, Surrey UrbanScreen will showcase ‘Varvara & Mar: We Are the Clouds’ during evening hours

Another Surrey McDonald’s restaurant briefly closed due to COVID-positive employee

The employee worked their last shift on Sept.5-6 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

‘Virtual silent auction’ of 75 items to benefit Youth Entrepreneur Program in Surrey

Goal is to raise $15,000 as part of SBOT golf tournament this month

At age 100, Surrey’s Ken Smith stays healthy by being social and helping others

‘I keep active in whatever’s going on, I get involved,’ the football-loving war vet says

Surrey’s Special Olympics Summer Games cancelled for 2021

This ‘difficult decision (was) made with a lot of thought and consideration’

‘Business resiliency’ the focus of Surrey awards in a year of COVID-19

Nomination deadline is Sept. 30 for SBOT’s Surrey Business Excellence Awards

It was a hot August for home sales and new listings in Fraser Valley

‘We remain cautiously optimistic and are encouraged by the numbers,’ FVREB president says

VIDEO: Fire damages two-storey house in Newton

Fire and RCMP investigators were called to the scene

COVID-19 ‘outbreak’ at Surrey Memorial Hospital’s kidney unit

The emergency department remains open, memo to staff says

‘New world of theatre’ for Surrey actor in a summer of Shakespeare

For Ryan Kniel and others, live-screen recordings of Zoom meetings were used as a ‘stage’

That’s bananas: Surrey man’s ‘unique and savory dish’ earns Farmers’ Almanac prize

Satwinder Chahal’s ‘Maaaa-Nana Mini Tarts’ recipe a top-3 winner

Ace Building Centre destroyed as firefighters battle huge blaze in Surrey’s Port Kells

Ace operator tells ‘Now-Leader’ he suspects arson

New ‘Surrey Blended’ online option aims to offer flexibility to students

‘We are attempting to meet the needs of our community in these unusual times,’ district says

Landmark golf event celebrated at Surrey’s Northview course

Pin placements will be the same as when Mike Weir won the ACC in 1999

Surrey’s Greek Food Festival offers ‘drive-thru’ service on Labour Day weekend

In Cloverdale, Greater Vancouver Food Truck Festival returns later in September

Surrey’s school plan now posted: Here’s what to expect

In Surrey’s plan, every secondary student will be in attendance every day

New indoor soccer turf in Surrey attracts kids, adults who don’t want to play outside

Synthetic turf field now installed at Upland Sports Centre in Newton

For seniors, a new way to TALK at Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Cancelled for Spring 2020, Third Age Learning courses will now be online